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  • (1945) Stage: Appeared in "Skydrift" on Briadway.. Written by Harry Kleiner. Scenic / Costume Design by Motley. Directed by Roy Hargrave. Belasco Theatre: 13 Nov 1945-17 Nov 1945 (7 performances). Cast: Wolfe Barzell (as "Mr. Bucelli"), William Chambers (as "Pvt. Edward Freling"), Zachary A. Charles (as "Pvt. Mario Bucelli"), Rosita Cosio (as "Angelina"), Paul Crabtree (as "Pvt. Paul Rennard"), Olive Deering (as "Francey"), Elsbeth Hofmann (as "Audra"), Arthur P. Keegan (as "Pvt. Fitzroy Donovan"), Sid Martoff (as "Co-Pilot"), Marty Miller (as "Danny"), Rita Moreno] (Broadway debut), Roger Quinlan (as "Donovan, Sr."), Alfred Ryder (I) (as "Sgt. Robert A. Kane"), Carl Specht (as "Pvt. Nickie Bucelli"), David Stewart (as "Waiter"), Elliott Sullivan (as "Cpl. Kenneth Brody"), Lili Valenty (as "Mrs. Bucelli"), Eli Wallach (as "Crew Chief"; [Broadway debut). Produced by Rita Hassan.
  • (1946) Stage: Appeared in "King Henry VIII" on Broadway. Historical drama (revival/played in repertory with "What Every Woman Knows", "John Gabriel Borkman", "A Pound on Demand" / "Androcles and the Lion"). Written by William Shakespeare. Choreographed by Felicia Sorel. Scenic / Costume Design by David Ffolkes. Directed by Margaret Webster (I). International Theatre: 6 Nov 1946-21 Feb 1947 (40 performances). Cast: Don Allen (as "Ensemble"), Emery Battis (as "Sir Thomas Lovell"), John Becher (as "Lord Sands"), John Behney (as "Ensemble"), Philip Bourneuf (as "The Prologue/First Chronicler"), Angus Cairns (as "Lord Chamberlain"), Michel Corhan (as "Ensemble"), Will Davis (as "Ensemble"), June Duprez (as "Ann Bullen"), Marion Evenson (as "Patience"), Thomas Grace (as "Ensemble"), Raymond Greenleaf (as "Duke of Norfolk"), Walter Hampden (as "Cardinal Wolsey"), Bart Henderson (as "Ensemble"), Cavada Humphrey (as "Ensemble"), Frederic Hunter (as "Ensemble"), Anne Jackson (as "Ensemble"), Victor Jory (as "Henry VIII"), Arthur Keegan (as "Sir Harry Guildford/Garter King of Arms"), Donald Keyes (as "Sir Nicholas Vaux/Griffith"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "Katherine of Aragon"), Robert Leser (as "Ensemble"), Gerald McCormack (as "Ensemble"), Mary Alice Moore (as "Duchess of Norfolk/Ensemble"), Ruth Neal (as "Lady in Waiting to Katherine/Ensemble"), Walter Neal (as "Ensemble"), James Rafferty (as "Ensemble"), Robert Rawlings (as "Lord Abergavenny/A Messenger"), John Straub (as "Cardinal Campeius"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "Second Chronicler/Capucius"), Theodore Tenley (as "Archbishop of Canterbury/Ensemble"), Eli Wallach (as "Cromwell"), Richard Waring (as "Duke of Buckingham"), Margaret Webster (as "An Old Lady"), William Windom (as "Sergeant of the Guard/Earl of Surrey"), Ed Woodhead (as "Surveyor/Ensemble"), Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (as "Duke of Suffolk"). Produced by The American Repertory Theatre.
  • (1951) Stage: Appeaed in "The Rose Tattoo" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Incidental music by David Diamond. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Rose Bogdanoff. Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Directed by Daniel Mann. Martin Beck Theatre: 3 Feb 1951-27 Oct 1951 (306 performances). Cast: Maureen Stapleton (as "Serafina Delle Rose"), Martin Balsam (as "Man"), Daisy Belmore (as "The Strega") [final Broadway role], Robert Carricart (as "Father De Leo") ]final Broadway role], Andrew Duggan (as "Doctor") [Broadway debut], Nancy Franklin (as "Teresa"), Jane Hoffman (as "Flora"), Eddie Hyans (as "Salesman'), Dorrit Kelton (as "Miss Yorke"), Phyllis Love (as "Rosa Delle Rose"), Augusta Merighi (as "Peppina"), Sal Mineo [credited as Savatore Mineo] (as "Salvatore") [Broadway debut], Don Murray (as "Jack Hunter") [Broadway debut], Vivian Nathan (as "Violetta"), Judy Ratner (as "Vivi"), Rossana San Marco (as "Giuseppina"), Penny Santon (as "Mariella"), Sonia Sorel (as "Estelle Hohengarten"), David Stewart (as "Man"), Florence Sundstrom (as "Bessie"), Salvatore Taormina (as "Bruno"), Ludmila Toretzka (as "Assunta'), Eli Wallach' (as "Alvaro Mangiacavallo"). NOTES: (1) Filmed as The Rose Tattoo (1955). (2) Wallach won The Theatre Guild Award as Best Actor. (3) Wallach won the Tony Award as Best Actor.
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared in "Yellow Jack"l on Broadway. Historical drama (revival). Written by Sidney Howard. Written in collaboration with Paul De Kruif. Music arranged by Lehman Engel. Directed by Martin Ritt. International Theatre: 27 Feb 1947-15 Mar 1947 (21 performances). Cast: Don Allen, Emery Battis, John C. Becher, John Behney, Philip Bourneuf (as "Dr. Carlos Finlay"), Angus Cairns, Michel Corhan, Will Davis, Thomas Grace, Raymond Greenleaf, Bart Henderson, Fred Hunter, Anne Jackson (as "Miss Blake, Special Nurse in Charge of the Yellow Fever Ward"), Victor Jory (as "James Carroll, Member of the American Yellow Fever Commission"), Arthur Keegan, Donald Keyes, Robert Leser, Gerald McCormack, Walter Neal, James Rafferty, Robert Rawlings, Alfred Ryder, John Straub, Eugene Stuckmann (as "William Crawford Gorgas"), Eli Wallach (as "Busch, Private, M.C., U.S.A"), William Windom (as "McClelland, Private, M.C., U.S.A"), Ed Woodhead, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (as "Aristides Agramonte"). Produced by The American Repertory Theatre.
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in "Mademoiselle Colombe" on Broadway. Written by Jean Anouilh. Book adapted by Louis Kronenberger. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Directed by Harold Clurman. Longacre Theatre: 6 Jan 1954-27 Feb 1954 (61 performances). Cast: Edna Best (as "Mme. Alexandra"), Julie Harris (as "Colombe"), Sam Jaffe (as "Gourette"), Eli Wallach (as "Julien"), Harry Bannister (as "Gaulois"), Jeanne Jerrems (as "Dancer"), Edward Julien (as "Chiropodist") [Broadway debut], Nehemiah Persoff (as "Hairdresser"), Lee Phillips (as "Dancer"), Edna Preston (as "Mme. Georges"), Mikhail Rasumny (as "Poet-Mine-Own"), Gregory Robins (as "Stagehand"), Frank Silvera (as "Deschamps"), Joanne Taylor (as "Manicurist"), William Windom (as "Edouard"). Produced by Robert L. Joseph and Jay Julien.
  • (1955) Stage: Appeared (as "Sakimi") in "Teahouse of the August Moon" on Broadway. Produced by Maurice Evans, directed by Robert Lewis.
  • (1957) Stage: Appeared (as "Bill Walker") in "Major Barbara" on Broadway. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Produced by Robert L. Joseph, directed by Charles Laughton (also in cast). Cast: Burgess Meredith, Glynis Johns, Cornelia Otis Skinner, Colin Keith-Johnston, Anne Jackson (replaced Glynis Johns).
  • Stage: Appeared in "The Chairs" by Eugène Ionesco on Broadway. Directed by Tony Richardson. Also in cast: Joan Plowright.
  • (1961) Stage: Appeared (as "Berenger") in "Rhinoceros" by Eugène Ionesco on Broadway. Directed by Joseph Anthony. Produced by Leo Kerz. Also in cast: Zero Mostel, Anne Jackson, Morris Carnovsky, Michael Strong, Philip Coolidge.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Ulysses" by James Joyce, off-Broadway. Directed by Burgess Meredith. Also in cast: Zero Mostel.
  • (1948) Stage: Appeared in "Mister Roberts" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Thomas Heggen (based on his novel) and Joshua Logan. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Joshua Logan. Alvin Theatre: 18 Feb 1948-6 Jan 1951 (1157 performances). Cast: Henry Fonda, William Harrigan, Robert Keith, David Wayne (as "Ensign Pulver"), Tige Andrews, Robert Baines, Fred Barton, Joe Bernard, Jocelyn Brando, John Campbell, Ellis Eringer, Murray Hamilton, Steven Hill, Marshall Jamison, John Jordan, Mikel Kane, Bob Keith Jr., Lee Kreiger, John Kullers, Rusty Lane, Harvey Lembeck (as "Insignia") [Broadway debut], Karl Lukas, Joe Marr, Ralph Meeker (as "Mannion"), Walter Mullen, Jack Pierce, James Sherwood, Len Smith Jr., Sanders Turner, Casey Walters, David Wayne. Produced by Leland Hayward. Replacement actors: Tige Andrews (as "Schlemmer"), Larry Blyden (as "Ensign Pulver/Shore Patrol Officer"), Bart Burns, Don Fellows, Jan Merlin, Alvy Moore (as "Ensign Pulver"), Mickey Schiller, Philip Schuyler (as "Ensemble"), Rufus Smith (as "Shore Patrol Officer"), Eli Wallach (as "Stefanowski"). NOTE: Filmed as Mister Roberts (1955).
  • (1950) Stage: Appeared in "The Lady from the Sea" on Broadway.
  • Stage: Appeared (as "Cromwell") in "Henry VII" on Broadway. Also in cast: Victor Jory.
  • Stage: Appeared in "What Every Woman Knows" on Broadway. Written by J.M. Barrie.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Luv" on Broadway. Written by Murray Schisgal. Directed by Mike Nichols. Produced by Claire Nichtern. Also in cast: Anne Jackson, Alan Arkin.
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in John Patrick and Vern J. Sneider's play, "The Teahouse of the August Moon," at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England, with William Sylvester in the cast. Robert Lewis was director.
  • (1964) Stage: Appeared in Murray Schisgal's "The Tiger" and "The Typists," at the Globe Theatre in London, England, with Anne Jackson in the cast.
  • Stage: Appeared in "Camino Real" on Broadway.
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared in "Antony and Cleopatra"l on Broadway. Tragedy (revival). Written by William Shakespeare. Incidental music by Paul Nordoff. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Martin Beck Theatre: 26 Nov 1947-13 Mar 1948 (126 performances). Cast: Ralph Clanton, Katharine Cornell (as "Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt"), Ivan Simpson, Kent Smith (as "Enobarbus, friend to Antony"), Godfrey Tearle (as "Antony, triumvir"), Lenore Ulric (as "Charmian, attendant on Cleopatra"), Peter Barno, Barnett Biro, Robert Carricart, Oliver Cliff, Robert Duke, Drummond Erskine, Bruce Gordon, James Grudier, Charlton Heston (as "Proculeius, a soldier of Caesar"), Joseph Holland, Charles Holt, Milfred Hull, Martin Kingsley, Betty Low, Dayton Lummis, Theodore Marcuse, Charles Nolte, David Orrick, Lawrence Perron, Tony Randall (as "Scarus Dercetas") [credited as Anthony Randall] (Broadway debut), Gilbert Reade, Orrin Redfield, Ernest Rowan, Marc Russo, Alan Shayne, Maureen Stapleton (as "Iras"), David J. Stewart, Eli Wallach (as "Diomedes, a soothsayer"), Douglass Watson, R. Justice Watson, Joseph Wiseman. Produced by Katharine Cornell.
  • (1974) Stage: Appeared in "Saturday Sunday Monday" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Eduardo De Filippo. Directed by Franco Zeffirelli. Martin Beck Theatre: 21 Nov 1974-30 Nov 1974 (12 performances + 4 previews that began on 14 Nov 1974). Cast: Walter Abel (as "Antonio"), Amos Abrams (as "Attilio"), Francesca Bartoccini (as "Giulianella"), Nina Dova (as "Elena"), Michael Enserro (as "Catiello") [final Broadway role], Minnie Gordon Gaster (as "Virginia"), Jeff Giannone (as "Rocco"), Sam Gray (as "Dr. Cefercola"), Terry Hinz (as "Michele"), Ron Holgate (as "Luigi Ianniello"), William McCauley (as "Roberto"), Susan Merson (as "Maria"), Jan Miner (as "Aunt Meme"), Gary Sandy (as "Frederico"), Sada Thompson (as "Rosa"), Michael Vale (as "Raffaele"), Eli Wallach (as "Peppino"). Produced by Barry M. Brown, Fritz Holt and S. Spencer Davids. Produced by arrangement with The Royal National Theatre (Peter Hall, Director).
  • (1967) l Stage: Appeared in "Staircase" on Broadway. Written by Charles Dyer. Directed by Barry Morse. Biltmore Theatre: 10 Jan 1968-2 Mar 1968 (61 performances + 12 previews that began on 23 Dec 1967). Cast: Milo O'Shea (as "Harry C. Leeds"), Eli Wallach (as "Charles Dyer"). Produced by Bill Freedman and Charles Kasher.
  • (1958) Stage: Appeared in "The Cold Wind and the Warm". Drama. Written by S.N. Behrman. Suggested by "The Worcester Account" by S.N. Behrman. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Motley. Directed by Harold Clurman. Morosco Theatre: 8 Dec 1958- 21 Mar 1959 (120 performances). Cast: Sidney Armus (as "Dan"), Sig Arno (as "Rappaport"), Morris Carnovsky (as "Mr. Sacher"), Timmy Everett (as "Tobey'), Vincent Gardenia' (as "Jim Nightengale"), Carol Grace (as "Myra"), Sanford Meisner (as "Norbert Mandel"), Suzanne Pleshette (as "Leah"), Jada Rowland (as "Ren"), Maureen Stapleton (as "Ida"), Peter Trytler (as "Aaron"), Eli Wallach (as "Willie"). Understudies: Sidney Armus (as "Willie"), Clement Fowler (as "Jim Nightengale/Mr. Sacher/Norbert Mandel/Rappaport"), Pearl Pierson (as "Ida"), Ed Printz (as "Aaron/Dan"). Produced by The Producers Theatre.
  • (1947) l Stage: Appeared in "Alice in Wonderland" on Broadway. Fantasy (revival). Written by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebus. Based on "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll. Technical Director: Paul Morrison. Stage Manager: Thelma Chandler and Emery Battis. Assistant Stage Mgr: Donald Keyes and Cavada Humphrey. Directed by Eva Le Gallienne. International Theatre (moved to The Majestic Theatre from 28 May 1947- close): 5 Apr 1947- 28 Jun 1947 (100 performances + 3 previews). Cast: Philip Bourneuf (as "White Knight"), Eva Le Gallienne (as "White Queen"), Bambi Linn (as "Alice"), Richard Waring (as "Mad Hatter"), Margaret Webster (as "Cheshire Cat/Red Queen"), Don Allen (as "Crab/Cook/Heart/Goat"), John C. Becher (as "Queen of Hearts"), John Behney (as "Three of Clubs"), Angus Cairns (as "Lory/Mock Turtle/Gentle Voice"), Robert Eric Carlson (as "Heart"), Michel Corhan (as "Heart/Marionette Operator"), Will Davis (as "Heart/Front of Horse"), Sgt. Thomas Grace (as "Nine of Clubs/Marionette Operator"), Raymond Greenleaf (as "Duchess"), Julie Harris (as "White Rabbit") [Alternate], Bart Henderson (as "Five of Clubs/Marionette Operator"), Cavada Humphrey (as "Gnat Voice/Marionette Operator"), Fred Hunter (as "Knave of Hearts"), Henry Jones (as "Mouse/Humpty Dumpty"), Arthur Keegan (as "Eaglet/March Hare"), Donald Keyes (as "Seven of Spades/Beetle Voice"), Rae Len (as "Singer"), Robert Leser (as "Heart/Marionette Operator"), Jack Manning (as "Gryphon/Tweedledee"), Gerald McCormack (as "Heart"), Mary Alice Moore (as "Other Voice/Marionette Operator"), Walter Neal (as "Heart/Marionette Operator"), Pvt. James Rafferty (as "Heart/Marionette Operator"), Robert Rawlings (as "Frog Footman/Five of Spades/Tweedledum"), Eloise Roehm (as "Singer"), Dan Scott (as "Heart"), John Straub (as "Dodo/Seven of Clubs/Train Guard"), Eugene Stuckmann (as "King of Hearts"), Theodore Tenley (as "Caterpillar/Dormouse/Sheep"), Charles Townley (as "Heart/Back of Horse/Marionette Operator"), Eli Wallach (as "Duck/Two of Spades/Other Voice"), William Windom (as "White Rabbit/Man in White Paper"), Ed Woodhead (as "Fish Footman"). Produced by Rita Hassan and The American Repertory Theatre. NOTE: This revival was recorded (in an abridged version) by RCA Victor on an unusually long, one-hour, six-record, 78-RPM album set. However, like many old mono recordings, it has not been issued on compact disc, though copies of this album apparently still exist in excellent condition.
  • (2005) Audio commentary for the DVD reissue of The Magnificent Seven (1960) (voiceover).
  • (1978) TV commercial: Emigrant (NY) Savings Bank.
  • (1973) Stage: Appeared in "The Waltz of the Toreadors" on Broadway. Comedy (revival). Written by Jean Anouilh. Translated by Lucienne Hill. Directed by Brian Murray. Circle in the Square Theatre: 13 Sep 1973- 25 Nov 1973 (85 performances + 11 previews that began on 4 Sep 1973). Cast: Miriam Burton (as "Mme. DuPont-Fredaine"), Charon Lee Cohen (as "Pamela"), Maia Danziger (as "Estelle, General St. Pé's Daughter"), Laura Esterman (as "Sidonia, General St. Pé's Daughter"), Mary Hara (as "Leontine"), Anne Jackson (as "Mme. St. Pé"), Ben Masters (as "Gaston, General St. Pé's Secretary"), Earl Montgomery (as "Father Ambrose"), William Roerick (as "Doctor Bonfant"), Diana van der Vlis (as "Mlle. de St.-Euverte"), Eli Wallach (as "General St. Pé"). Produced by Circle in the Square (Theodore Mann: Artistic Director. Paul Libin: Managing Director).
  • (12/20/50) Stage: Appeared (as "Alvarro Mangiacavallo") in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Rose Tattoo," at the Erlanger Theater in Chicago, IL, with Maureen Stapleton (Serafina Delle Rose); Phyliss Love (Rose Delle Rose); Don Murray (Jack Hunter); Ludmilla Toretzka (Assunta); Sonia Sorel (Estelle Hohengarten); Eddie Hyans (salesman); Andrew Duggan (doctor); Theo Goetz (Father De Leo); Daisy Belmore (The Strega); Rossana San Marco (Giusepina); Jane Hoffman (Flora) and Florence Sundstrom (Bessie) in the cast. Boris Aronson was scenic designer. David Diamond was composer. Daniel Mann was director.
  • (10/13/47) Stage: Appeared in in William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Katharine Cornell and Charlton Heston in the cast.
  • (1/14/52) Stage: Appeared in Tennessee Williams' play, "The Rose Tattoo," in a National Tour Production at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, OH, with Maureen Stapleton, Alfonso Cancelmo, Dorothy Estler, Salvatore Taormina, Ludmilla Toretzka, Sally Hester, Lila Paris, Georgia Simmons, Rossina San Marco, Pearl Somner, Augusta Merighi, Sybil Levenson, Martin Balsam, William Major, Dorrit Kelton, Connie Davis, Camila Ashland, Don Murray, Claude Akins, William Krot, and Bill Froelich in the cast. Boris Aronson was set designer. Rose Bogdanoff was costume designer. Daniel Mann was director. Cheryl Crawford was producer. David Diamond was composer.
  • (1977) TV commercial (voice-over): Kodak Crank camera.

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